Our most vocal medical device tax detractor, group member John Eckberg, Director of Media Relations for Cook Group (which stands to pay $100MM+ in extra taxes), wrote the following this morning. Does his logic hold? [Subject] How many jobs will not b...
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It was an honor to welcome Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) and Representative Erik Paulsen (R-MN03) along with John Eckberg (Director of Media Relations, Cook Group) and Stephan Ogilvie (VP of Corporate Development, NuVasive) to the first annual 10x Med...
Consultant, Medical Devices & Regulatory Affairs
Before I get started, let me state that I am neither for nor against the Medical Device Tax. What I oppose is the illogical rhetoric that seems to infuse the debate and hide the real issues. Here is a chance to contribute to the debate in a civilized...
Our #MedDevice guest MassDevice.com publisher Brian Johnson has been doing an awesome job covering the medical device tax and Medical Devices Group members frequently send me his links. Recent coverage includes: Medical device tax tab now at $30.5B M...
You know, maybe the ones sticking American industry with the 2.3-percent medical device tax are our own members. Take Abbott and Johnson & Johnson, for example. As http://medgroup.biz/tax-havens reported, "Abbott and Johnson & Johnson are among the U...
Robert Trinka, MBA
Senior Management: Sales | Marketing | Business Development
Does anyone see anything GOOD for the US Medical Device industry in the soon to be effective, 'Tongue Depressor Tax'?